Creating presentations is an essential part of our professional lives. Be it in science or marketing. PowerPoint, Google Slides and Keynote have become indispensable tools. But what if you're not an expert in graphic design or simply don't have the time to create attractive slides? Artificial Intelligence (AI) may be the answer.

What is presentation AI?

Presentation AI is a special form of AI technology that allows you to generate visual elements for presentations from text input. Similar to text-to-image AI, it uses machine learning algorithms and models to learn and make predictions from large amounts of data.


Editing screen of Gamma, an AI tool for creating presentations

How does it work?

Short and sweet and I also had this abstract generated with AI.

The technology typically uses Generative Adversarial Networks (GANs), which consist of a generator and a discriminator. The generator creates visual elements based on text input, while the discriminator evaluates them. Over time, the system gets better at generating visual elements that more closely match the descriptions in the text.

AI tools for creating presentations


Application Areas

  1. Business presentations: Quickly and efficiently create professional presentations for meetings.
  2. Education: Teachers can create engaging classroom materials to enhance the learning process.
  3. Scientific research: Researchers can visually present complex data and research without spending time on design.

Pros and cons of AI-generated presentations

AI or PowerPoint?


  • Save time: Create presentations in a fraction of the time.
  • Cost-effective: No need to hire expensive designers or highly paid experts to spend hours moving boxes around.
  • Versatility: Can be used in different industries and for different purposes.


  • Quality: The quality of the generated elements currently needs to be verified.
  • Privacy: Large amounts of data are required and need to be managed securely.
  • Ethics and copyright: The use of AI must be ethical and legal.
  • (Cost): Even Keynote, PowerPoint and Google Slides are not free.


These new AI tools have the potential to fundamentally change the way we create presentations. The technology offers many benefits, but there are also challenges that need to be considered.